Today, ‘Titanic’, which created the box office record of the Chinese film market 14 years ago and has been held for 11 years, will be released in China in 3D (three-dimensional version). ‘Fifteen years, was the person who accompanied you to watch’ Titanic ‘still with you?’ Recently, such a greeting circulated on the Internet. Despite being armed, I got my eyes wet twice in the theater: when the ship was about to sink, those fiddlers played to the last breath of life; before Jack sank to the bottom of the sea, he said exhaustedly, ‘ You promise me you will live. ‘
The 3D version of the Hollywood blockbuster ‘Titanic’, directed by James Cameron and fought for 300 weeks with 300 engineers for 60 weeks, brings the latest technology in film development and brings back the memory of a generation. ‘Titanic’, which premiered in North America in December 1997 and was released in China in April of the following year, has written a miracle in the history of movies: the worldwide box office of 1.8 billion US dollars, sweeping 11 Oscars, and a box office of 360 million in China The record was not broken by ‘Transformers 2’ until 11 years later.
It is said that the re-screened ‘Titanic’ has only one picture that is different from that year, that is, the shot of Jack and Ruth looking at the starry sky after falling into the water. After the film was screened that year, an astronomy enthusiast wrote to Cameron, stating that it was not the way the stars were arranged on April 14, 1912. Although this shot is only 2 seconds, the perfectionist Cameron promised to modify it. This time, interested audiences may wish to pay attention to the comparison.
Fifteen years ago, ‘Titanic’ left a perfect impression in the hearts of the people of the world, and 15 years later we saw her familiar figure: Longines Ambassador Kate Winslet. On this poster, she wears the unique square dial of Longines Daichauvena series (model L184.108.40.206.7). The dial and bracelet are made of rose gold with stainless steel. Elegant side.